Here's the best way to get the best view of the hollywood sign
Griffith Park is at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles. The land was donated to the City by the billionaire J. Griffith.
Hollywood Blvd, the most famous street in Hollywood. Though it might be rare to see a real celebrity here (unless there's an event), the impersonators will surely amuse you. Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the main attractions here. You'll see the names of celebrities in a star inlaid on the sidewalk of the street. On the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre, you'll find the signature, hand and footprints of the biggest names in Hollywood. The Hollywood Sign is visible when you go up to the Hollywood & Highland Shopping Center.
An overview of the activities and collections of the Getty -- including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Research Institute, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Foundation -- and what you'll see when you visit us at the Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Getty Villa in Malibu.
The Broad houses a nearly 2,000-piece collection of contemporary art, featuring 200 artists,
With over 100 restaurants, grocers, and shops, the Los Angeles Farmers Market is a historic city landmark and a must-visit spot for anyone who loves to eat or shop. Opened in 1934, this market is packed full of food vendors, produce stalls, eateries, and more—making it a true foodie’s dream. To get the most out of your visit, join a small-group walking tour to learn about the history behind all of the delicious bites you’ll taste.
Whether you're burning off calories during your lunch break or spending a few hours with nature on the weekend, Runyon Canyon has what you need. Rich in history and teaming with plant life, Runyon Canyon welcomes you and your dog to a park where the sky is the limit and the views are breathtaking. Take in a yoga class or challenge your best time running the trails. It's all up to you at Runyon Canyon!
Will Ferrell and Joel McHale join curator Aram Moshayedi for a tour of “Stories of Almost Everyone.” On view at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, January 26–May 6, 2018.
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A Beer For L.A., By L.A. with NHMLA and Angel City Brewery
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Universal Studios Hollywood Backlot Tour - Jaws / King Kong / Earthquake / Fast & Furious